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[audio]Swedish humorist
Anna Myrberg (1878-1931) was a Swedish author and song lyricist. Much of her writing appeared under the pseudonym of Svarta Masken (The Black Mask). ARTICLE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Myrberg
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs
Downloads: 115
[audio]Norwegian poet
Henrik Wergeland (1808-1845) was a romantic poet, who was an advocate for democracy and a defender of freedom of faith and expression. Few other Norwegians have contributed so much to the amendment of the Norwegian constitution with respect to opening the country's borders to Jews, and throughout his life he held an uncompromising focus on compassion and tolerance. "Juleaften" (Christmas Eve) was one of many poems that Wergeland wrote in support of diversity and inclusiveness...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Norwegian songs
Downloads: 61
[audio]Swedish world's fair
The Baltic Exhibition was held in Malmö, Sweden from May 15, 1914 through October 4, 1914. The event showcased the industry, art and culture of Sweden, Denmark, Germany and Russia — the four countries then bordering the Baltic Sea. For the occasion many of Malmö's parks were renovated and a large new park, Pildammsparken, was created. The Swedish architect Ferdinand Boberg designed several of the buildings constructed for the Exhibition...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs
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[audio]Swedish accordionists
Arvid Franzen was a Swedish-born accordionist and bandleader, whose live performances and numerous recordings made him a household name in Scandinavian communities throughout the United States. Ragnar Sundquist was a popular Swedish accordionist and composer in the first half of the 20th century. He performed all over Sweden and toured the United States on three occasions. Tracks 01-04: Arvid Franzen and Hjalmar Peterson Tracks 05-10: Arvid Franzen and Hjalmar Peterson Orchestra Tracks 11-15: Ar...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Scandinavian old-time
Downloads: 300
[audio]William F. Kirk
William F. Kirk (1877-1927) was a well-known poet, songwriter, humorist and baseball writer. He published two books of Scandinavian dialect verse: "The Norsk Nightingale" (1905) and "Songs Of Sergeant Swanson" (1918). Jerome Williams and George T. Springer also published books with this type of poetry. Click on the "Scandinavian humor" keywords for songs and stories in the manner of "The Norsk Nightingale"...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78 rpm; Scandinavian humor
Downloads: 498
[audio]Songs and Stories
Scandinavian-American songs and stories from yesteryear. ARTICLES http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Brendel http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clellan_Card http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ragnar_Hasselgren http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gus_Heege http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernest_and_Clarence_Iverson http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eleonora_and_Ethel_Olson http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Stewart http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_G._Widdén PLAYLIST Tracks 01-46: various artists Tracks 17-23: El Brendel ...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78 rpm; Scandinavian humor
Downloads: 528
[audio]Calle Lindstrom
Calle Lindström (1868-1955) was a Swedish comedian, singer and recording artist. Calle Lindström article is at this address. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calle_Lindström NOTES: "Come Josephine In My Flying Machine" was a popular American song from 1910. "Josefin Mä Symaskin" (Josephine with the sewing machine) was a popular Swedish song from 1911. The two songs are unrelated, but the Swedish lyricist (Skånska Lasse) must have known about the earlier song's rhyming of Josephine and machine...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs
Downloads: 304
[audio]Swedish American song
Comic song from the early 1900s. A SWEDE FROM NORTH DAKOTA Text: traditional Melody: Reuben and Rachel DAKOTA LAND Text: author unknown Melody: Beulah Land NOTES The recording of “Dakota Land” is followed by two verses of “A Swede from North Dakota”. The final number, "Swanson, Swenson and Jenson", is similar in theme to “A Swede from North Dakota” and may have been influenced by the earlier song.
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Scandinavian humor
Downloads: 153
[audio]Swedish record label
Wallin’s Svenska Records was a Chicago-based label, whose owner was of Swedish descent. Between 1923 and 1925 it released songs, hymns and instrumentals by Henry Corsell, Gustav Fonandern, Hjalmar Peterson, Knut Öhrström and other Scandinavian artists. SONGS TRANSLATED INTO SWEDISH Duorme Carmè (Carmela) Torna A Surriento (Gondolsång) For You Alone (För Dig Allén) Love Me And The World Is Mine (Bliv Min Så Är Världen Min) I'm A Pilgrim (Jag Är Främling) Will There Be Any Stars In My...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs
Downloads: 59
[audio]Hjalmar Peterson Orchestra
Hjalmar Peterson Orchestra recordings from the 1920s. Victor Records. Peterson was better known by his stage name of Olle i Skratthult (Olle from Laughtersville). Columbia and Victor always listed Olle under both his real name and his stage name. Some records gave Hjalmar Peterson top billing. Others gave precedence to Olle i Skratthult. Instrumentals were credited to Olle i Skratthults Luffarekapell, Hjalmar Peterson’s Hobo Orchestra and to other similar names...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Scandinavian old-time
Downloads: 1,244
[audio]Swedish songwriters
Lars Bondeson (1865-1908) and Jödde i Göljaryd (1855-1900) were the founders of Swedish rustic humor (bondkomik). A few of their songs were recorded in America by Gustav Fonandern, Joel Mossberg, Hjalmar Peterson and Charles G. Widdén. ARTICLES http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lars_Bondeson http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jödde_i_Göljaryd ALTERNATE TITLES Frieriet I Hölasset (I Värmeland En Fager Kvinna Bodde) I Småland Där Ä' Dä' Så Gutt, Gutt, Gutt (I Värmland Där Ä' Dä' Så Gutt, Gut...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs
Downloads: 926
[audio]Hjalmar Peterson Pt. 01
Olle i Skratthult was the stage name of Hjalmar Peterson, a Swedish-American vaudeville artist who achieved great popularity during the 1910s and 1920s. Olga Lindgren was his wife and the leading lady of his company. ARTICLE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hjalmar_Peterson NOTES: "Jeg Gikk Meg Ut I Lunden Grønn" is a Norwegian variant of "Jag Gick Mig Ut En Sommerdag", which Peterson recorded in 1928...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs
Downloads: 473
[audio]Harry Stewart
Harry Stewart (1908-1956) was an American comedian and singer, who often performed as Yogi Yorgesson, a comically exaggerated Swede. He wrote dozens of songs, which he recorded in a variety of guises: Scandinavian, German, Japanese, Mexican, country bumpkin and milquetoast. ARTICLE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Stewart HARRY STEWART RECORDINGS Tracks 01-25 PARODIES My Little Old Shack In Minneapolis, Minnesota (My Little Grass Shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii) Yingle Bells (Jingle Bells) NOTES ...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78 rpm; Scandinavian humor
Downloads: 252
[audio]Scandinavian instrumentals
Scandinavian instrumentals by the Nordic Rhythm Boys, Plehal Brothers, Svensson & Co., Eric Olzen Quartet and others. Tracks 01-42 various artists Tracks 01-04 The Nordic Rhythm Boys Tracks 05-08 The Plehal Brothers Tracks 15-18 Svensson & Co. Tracks 25-28 Eric Olzen Quartet
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Scandinavian old-time
Downloads: 316
[audio]Swedish songbook
SONGS OF SWEDEN 87 folk and popular songs English translations by Henry Grafton Chapman Tracks 01-29 various artists Tracks 01-25 Swedish Tracks 26-28 English Tracks 29-29 instrumental TITLES Fågelns visa (The bird's song) När jag blef sjutton år (When I was seventeen) NOTES All but one of the songs are from the 1909 book "Songs of Sweden". The "Swedish Nightingale" Jenny Lind (1820-1887) toured the United States from 1850 through 1852...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs
Downloads: 207
[audio]Svenning and Hellstrom
Lyricist Göran Svenning and composer David Hellström were a top Swedish songwriting team of the early 20th century. All songs are by Svenning and Hellström except where noted. Svenning and Hellström article is at this address. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Göran_Svenning_and_David_Hellström BALEN PÅ BAKGÅRDEN Lyrics: Emil Norlander Music: David Hellström BONDVALSEN Lyrics: Göran Svenning Music: Theodor Pinet STOCKHOLMSVALSEN Lyrics: unknown author Music: David Hellström
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Scandinavian old-time
Downloads: 451
[audio]Scandinavian bandleaders
Ted Johnson (b. 1903) was a Swedish-American violinist, who led a popular Scandinavian dance band in the Twin Cities during 1930s and 1940s. Thorstein Skarning (1888-1939) was a Norwegian-born accordion virtuoso and bandleader, who toured the Upper Midwest for over two decades and was a Twin Cities radio personality in the 1930s. Following his death, his son Thorstein B. Skarning kept the orchestra going into the 1950s, promoting it as "the only Norske band in the United States featuring old sty...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Scandinavian old-time
Downloads: 533
[audio]Hjalmar Peterson Pt. 02
Olle i Skratthult was the stage name of Hjalmar Peterson, a Swedish-American vaudeville artist who achieved great popularity during the 1910s and 1920s. ARTICLE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hjalmar_Peterson FROM THE REPERTOIRE OF HJALMAR PETERSON Tracks 01-45: various artists NOTES These songs are from Hjalmar Peterson songbooks published in 1908, 1921, 1922, 1925, 1928, 1929 and the 1930s. A few of them were recorded as instrumentals by the Hjalmar Peterson Orchestra...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs
Downloads: 386
[audio]Charles G. Widden
Charles G. Widdén recordings from the 1910s and 1920s. Columbia, Edison and Victor Records. Cover versions in English and German were performed by Widdén in Swedish. ARTICLE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_G._Widdén Tracks 01-60: Charles G. Widdén Tracks 61-69: various artists Tracks 61-67: cover versions of songs that Widdén also recorded Tracks 68-69: released as the flip sides of Widdén recordings
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs
Downloads: 629
[audio]Eddie Jahrl
Recordings by Eddie Jahrl, the Jahrl Orchestra, the Jahrl Quartet and the Jahrl Quintet. Tracks 01-17: various artists
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Scandinavian old-time
Downloads: 452
[audio]Hjalmar Peterson Pt. 04
Olle i Skratthult was the stage name of Hjalmar Peterson, a Swedish-American vaudeville artist who achieved great popularity during the 1910s and 1920s. Gunnar Bohman, Gustav Fonandern, Lydia Hedberg and Bert Leman were Swedish performers, who toured the United States in the 1920s. During the same period Arvid Franzen and Calle Sjöquist were popular Swedish-American entertainers on the East Coast...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs
Downloads: 108
[audio]Swedish entertainers
Swedish popular music from the early 20th century. A few of these songs were recorded in America by Ragnar Hasselgren, Bert Leman, Hjalmar Peterson, Charles G. Widdén and Slim Jim and the Vagabond Kid. NOTES: Theodor Larsson was better known under his stage name of Skånska Lasse. "Johan På Snippen" has the alternate titles of "Bonnjazz" and "Jazz På Landet". Theodor Larsson article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodor_Larsson Kalle Nämdeman article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalle_Nämdem...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs
Downloads: 1,641
[audio]Danish songs
Tracks 01-02: written for the 1836 operetta "Festen på Kenilworth" Tracks 04-09: written by Ludvig Brandstrup and / or Elith Worsing Tracks 11-13: music by Jacob Gade Tracks 14-17: lyrics by Christian Winther Tracks 20-20: lyrics by St. St. Blicher Tracks 21-21: lyrics by B. S. Ingemann Tracks 22-23: lyrics by Waldemar Åhlén Tracks 26-28: written for the 1898 operetta "Molboerne" Tracks 29-30: music of the Molboes FROM THE REPERTOIRE OF GUSTAV FONANDERN http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustav_Fon...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Danish songs
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[audio]Hjalmar Peterson Pt. 03
Olle i Skratthult was the stage name of Hjalmar Peterson, a Swedish-American vaudeville artist who achieved great popularity during the 1910s and 1920s. ARTICLES http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hjalmar_Peterson http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fredrik_August_Dahlgren SONGS RELATING TO HJALMAR PETERSON Tracks 01-25: various artists Tracks 01-06: Värmlänningarna Tracks 07-11: F. A. Dahlgren Tracks 12-13: Olle's Swedish Potpourri Tracks 14-26: Songs from the Swedish Potpourri Tracks 27-27: Carl Michael ...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs
Downloads: 369
[audio]Swedish recording artist
August Svensson (1871-1937) was a Swedish baritone, operetta singer and recording artist. He made his debut in 1893 and from 1900 onwards worked primarily in Albert Ranft's theatrical empire. Svensson was Sweden's first major recording artist. His powerful voice and clear diction were well suited to the era of acoustic recording. He made dozens of recordings in different genres, including songs by Gunnar Wennerberg, Jödde i Göljaryd, Lars Bondeson and Emil Norlander...
Keywords: 78rpm; Snoose Boulevard; Swedish male singers; Swedish songs
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[audio]Norwegian singer
Carsten Woll (1885-1962) was a leading Norwegian-American singer and recording artist of the 1910s and 1920s. ARTICLE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carsten_Woll SONGS FROM THE REPERTOIRE OF CARSTEN WOLL Tracks 01-21: Carsten Woll Tracks 22-48: various artists Tracks 37-48: songs from the 1926 Sons of Norway songbook NOTES The 1926 Sons of Norway songbook, which was edited by Carsten Woll, had over 100 songs in Norwegian and nearly 20 in English...
Keywords: 78rpm; Snoose Boulevard; Norwegian male singers; Norwegian songs
Downloads: 285
[audio]Gustav Fonandern
Gustav Fonandern (1880-1960) was a Swedish architect, singer, lyricist and actor, who lived in the United States during the 1920s. NOTES A few of the songs are in English, Danish or Norwegian. Fonandern performed them in Swedish. "Dolly" and "O Susanna" have lyrics unrelated to the American songs from which their melodies are taken. ARTICLE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustav_Fonandern SONGS FROM THE REPERTOIRE OF GUSTAV FONANDERN Tracks 01-32 Gustav Fonandern Tracks 33-70 Various artists Tracks...
Keywords: 78rpm; Snoose Boulevard; Swedish male singers; Swedish songs
Downloads: 564
[audio]August Werner
August Werner (1893-1980) was a Norwegian-born singer, who recorded for Victor during the 1920s. A talented painter and sculptor, his statue of Leif Ericson was unveiled in Seattle in 1962. SONGS RELATING TO AUGUST WERNER Tracks 01-12: August Werner Tracks 13-25: various artists Tracks 01-21: from the discography of August Werner ALTERNATE TITLES Frøken Giv Mig Himlens Nummer (Hello Central Give Me Heaven) Sang Til Juletraeet (Du Grønne Glitrende Tre) Julsang (Julenat) NOTES August Werner reco...
Keywords: 78rpm; Snoose Boulevard; Norwegian male singers; Norwegian songs
Downloads: 55
[audio]Swedish labor songs
In a rare departure from musical comedy, Emil Norlander penned the lyrics to Fredssång (Peace Song), which begins with the lines: "Varför skola mänskor strida, varför skall det flyta blod." (Why should people fight, why should blood flow.) This pacifist anthem, written at the time of the First World War, has been recorded numerous times and published in a variety of songbooks. In 1916 Joel Mossberg recorded two Socialist songs for Columbia Records...
Keywords: 78rpm; Snoose Boulevard; Swedish songs; Joe Hill
Downloads: 325
[audio]American songs in Scandinavia
In the early 20th century American popular music was introduced to Scandinavia through translations and adaptations. Some of these songs returned to the United States, where they were performed by touring artists from Northern Europe and immigrant entertainers. Jazzgossen (The Jazz Boy) is a 1922 song about the invasion of Sweden by the latest craze from America. The following year it was recorded in New York City by Charles G...
Keywords: 78rpm; Scandinavian songs; Snoose Boulevard; Song Translations
Downloads: 287
[audio]Eleonora and Ethel Olson
The Eleonora Olson Concert Company performed in Butte, Montana on the evening of March 29, 1911. The event took place in the auditorium of the Butte Free Public Library. On stage were the Olson Sisters and their accompanist Alice R. Walden. The studio recordings in this collection are a recreation of the program: solos, duets, instrumentals and spoken word. All of the musical numbers are represented except for the unspecified folk songs...
Keywords: 78rpm; American songs; Norwegian songs; Olson Sisters; Snoose Boulevard
Downloads: 62
[audio]Swedish actor
Elis Olson-Ellis (1879-1956) was a Swedish actor, director, songwriter and singer. Other versions of his name were Elis Ellis and Elis Olson. He toured the United States during the 1911-1912 season and performed in plays and concerts in Chicago; Rockford, IL; Minneapolis and Duluth. On the East Coast he recorded sixteen songs for Victor Records. His discography included lyricists from the repertoires of Gustav Fonandern, Joel Mossberg, Hjalmar Peterson and Charles G...
Keywords: 78rpm; Snoose Boulevard; Swedish male singers; Swedish songs
Downloads: 21
[audio]Swedish revue songs 01
In the early 20th Century Swedish revue songs were introduced to Swedish-American audiences through recordings on the Columbia, Edison and Victor labels. Among those recording the music were Ingeborg Laudon, Bert Leman, Gösta Nyström, Elis Olson-Ellis, Hjalmar Peterson, Calle Sjöquist and Charles G. Widdén. Axel Engdahl (1863-1922) was a Swedish actor, revue writer and theater director. http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axel_Engdahl Emil Norlander (1865-1935) was a Swedish journalist, author, son...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish revue songs; Swedish songs
Downloads: 160
[audio]Charles G. Widden
Charles G. Widdén recordings from the 1910s and 1920s. Columbia, Edison and Victor Records. In Swedish and English. ARTICLE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_G._Widdén NOTES: "Stôlliheta I Vala" is a short poem by Fröding that followed "Diktarelott" on the record. Widdén’s recording of "Soldatgossen" was a parody of the original poem. Track 55 was produced by the Emigrant Institute of Växsjö, Sweden for a 1973 exhibit on entertainment in Swedish America...
Keywords: 78rpm; Nordic poets; Scandinavian humor; Snoose Boulevard; Swedish songs
Downloads: 680
[audio]Swedish vocalists
Ida Gawell-Blumenthal (1869-1953) was a Swedish author, storyteller and singer, who performed in folk costume and was known as "Delsbostintan" (The Girl from Delsbo). In 1908 she toured Swedish America and wrote of her experiences in the book "Stintans Amerikafärd" (Stintan's Trip to America). Lydia Hedberg (1878–1964) was a Swedish singer, who performed in folk costume and was known as "Bergslagsmor" (Mother of the Mining District)...
Keywords: 78rpm; Harmony Music; Snoose Boulevard; Svenska psalmer; Swedish songs
Downloads: 485
[audio]Ernest and Clarence Iverson
Recordings by Ernest and Clarence Iverson, who were better known under their stage names of Slim Jim and the Vagabond Kid. ARTICLE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernest_and_Clarence_Iverson NOTES: Ernest Iverson's 1931 songbook included "They Go Wild Over Me", an adaptation of "The Popular Wobbly", which in turn was a parody of the 1917 song "They Go Wild Simply Wild Over Me". The author of "The Popular Wobbly" was the Finnish-American labor activist T-Bone Slim...
Keywords: American songs; Iverson Brothers; radio transcriptions; Scandinavian humor; Snoose Boulevard
Downloads: 728
[audio]Transatlantic hymns
Hymns from the early 20th Century that were popular on both sides of the Atlantic, where they were performed in English, Swedish and Norwegian.The selections are drawn from the repertoires of J. A. Hultman, Ernest and Clarence Iverson, Lapp-Lisa, Joel Mossberg, Eleonora and Ethel Olson and Hjalmar Peterson. Click on the "Song translations" keyword phrase for similar recordings. LANGUAGES Tracks: 01-13 English Tracks: 14-23 Swedish Tracks: 24-27 Norwegian SONGS AND HYMNS FROM AMERICA AND THE BRIT...
Keywords: 78rpm; Scandinavian songs; Snoose Boulevard; Song Translations; Svenska psalmer
Downloads: 150
[audio]Swedish evangelist
Johannes Alfred Hultman (1861-1942) was a Swedish evangelist, singer, musician, composer and publisher, who spread the Good News in the United States and Sweden for over half a century. ARTICLE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johannes_Alfred_Hultman NOTES "Let A Little Sunshine In" is a gospel hymn by Ada Blenkhorn, whose best-known song, "Keep On The Sunny Side", was popularized by the Carter Family...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs; Svenska psalmer
Downloads: 141
[audio]Swedish hymns
Hymns that were popular among Swedes and Swedish-Americans in the early 20th century. ARTICLES http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lina_Sandell http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Ahnfelt http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Olof_Rosenius http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nils_Frykman http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johannes_Alfred_Hultman http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fanny_Crosby http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einar_Ekberg PLAYLIST Tracks 01-02 Lina Sandell and Oscar Ahnfelt Tracks 03-04 Carl Olof Rosenius Tracks 0...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs; Svenska psalmer
Downloads: 370
[audio]Eleonora and Ethel Olson
Recordings from the 1910s and 1920s by Eleonora and Ethel Olson, who were known as the Olson Sisters. Victor, Brunswick and Columbia Records. In Norwegian and English. Olson Sisters article is at this address. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eleonora_and_Ethel_Olson NOTES: All titles were recorded by the Olson Sisters other than the two by Cal Stewart, which were the flip sides of Ethel Olson releases...
Keywords: 78rpm; Norwegian songs; Olson Sisters; Scandinavian humor; Snoose Boulevard
Downloads: 671
[audio]Swedish singer
Joel Mossberg was a Swedish-American singer, educator and choir director. Between 1906 and 1919 he recorded over seventy songs for a variety of record labels, including eight that were attributed to Lars Bondeson. In 1916 Mossberg recorded two Socialist songs for Columbia Records. The first one, "Arbetets Söner" (Sons Of The Workers), was a Swedish labor song from 1885 with lyrics by Henrik Menander...
Keywords: 78rpm; Snoose Boulevard; Swedish male singers; Swedish songs
Downloads: 197
[audio]Swedish revue songs 02
In the early 20th Century Swedish revue songs were introduced to Swedish-American audiences through recordings on the Columbia, Edison and Victor labels. Among those recording the music were Ingeborg Laudon, Bert Leman, Gösta Nyström, Elis Olson-Ellis, Hjalmar Peterson, Calle Sjöquist and Charles G. Widdén. Adolf Englund (1876-1922) was a Swedish composer of revue songs. http://78-varvare.atspace.co.uk/adoeng.htm Ernst Rolf (1891-1932) was a Swedish revue actor, singer and songwriter...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish revue songs; Swedish songs
Downloads: 138
[audio]Norwegian music and culture
Carl G. O. Hansen (1871-1960) was a Norwegian-American journalist, musician and author. He was co-editor of the 1948 Sons of Norway Songbook, for which he translated several songs. ARTICLE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_G._O._Hansen NORWEGIAN SONGS Tracks 01-26 various artists Tracks 01-08 1948 Sons of Norway Songbook Tracks 10-22 1948 Sons of Norway Songbook NOTES The folk opera Fjeldstuen (The Mountain Hut) was Henrik Wergeland's final work...
Keywords: 78rpm; Snoose Boulevard; Norwegian male singers; Norwegian songs
Downloads: 686
[audio]Nordic poets
Poets from Sweden and Finland made an important contribution to the repertoires of Gustav Fonandern, Joel Mossberg, Hjalmar Peterson, Charles G. Widdén and other Swedish-American performers. SWEDISH POETS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fredrik_August_Dahlgren http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustaf_Fröding http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremias_i_Tröstlösa http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erik_Axel_Karlfeldt FINNISH POETS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johan_Ludvig_Runeberg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Z...
Keywords: 78rpm; Nordic poets; Snoose Boulevard; Swedish songs
Downloads: 190
[audio]Ernest and Clarence Iverson
Recordings from the repertoire of Ernest and Clarence Iverson, who were better known under their stage names of Slim Jim and the Vagabond Kid. The Iverson Brothers published songbooks in 1931, 1937 and 1939. Nine songs from the third volume are on this page. Three more songs from the book are on the Slim Jim radio transcriptions page: "The Little Girl Next Door To Us", "A Swede From North Dakota" and “They Go Wild Over Me” (The Popular Wobbly)...
Keywords: 78rpm; Iverson Brothers; Norwegian songs; Scandinavian humor; Snoose Boulevard
Downloads: 2,257
[audio]Edwin Hoberg
Edwin Hoberg (1910-1958) was a Scandinavian-American bandleader, who was active in the Sioux Falls, South Dakota area. An accordion player and singer, his stage name was "Little Oscar". Tracks 01-15: Little Oscar songbook Tracks 16-16: Little Oscar recording Tracks 01-15: various artists Tracks 16-16: Little Oscar Gang Tracks 01-12: from the repertoire of Olle i Skratthult Tracks 14-15: from the repertorie of Slim Jim and the Vagabond Kid NOTES: The Little Oscar Songbook was published in Crookst...
Keywords: Snoose Boulevard; 78rpm; Swedish songs; Norwegian songs
Downloads: 44
[audio]Scandinavian artists and American songs
Scandinavian-American artists, who sang in Swedish and Norwegian, also performed American songs. Hjalmar Peterson and Charles G. Widdén sang them in Swedish translation. The Olson Sisters and Iverson Brothers sang them in English and Norwegian. The Swedish-American evangelist J. A. Hultman had Swedish versions of American hymns in his repertoire. The Swedish-born Joe Hill and Finnish-American T-Bone Slim wrote labor songs that borrowed the melodies of well-known American hymns and songs...
Keywords: 78rpm; American songs; Iverson Brothers; Snoose Boulevard; Song translations
Downloads: 34
[audio]Transatlantic songs
Songs from the early 20th Century that were popular on both sides of the Atlantic, where they were performed in English, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish. In America they were sung by Scandinavian-American entertainers and visiting artists from the Nordic countries. The selections are drawn from the repertoires of Fred Carlsten, Gustav Fonandern, Ragnar Hasselgren, Ernest and Clarence Iverson, Ted Johnson, Lapp-Lisa, Bert Leman, Olga Lindgren, Eleonora and Ethel Olson, Hjalmar Peterson, Calle Sjöq...
Keywords: 78rpm; Scandinavian songs; Snoose Boulevard; Song Translations
Downloads: 155
[audio]Eleonora and Ethel Olson
Norwegian and American songs relating to Eleonora and Ethel Olson, who were known as the Olson Sisters. Olson Sisters article is at this address. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eleonora_and_Ethel_Olson NOTES: The aria "Mon Coeur S'Ouvre À Ta Voix" is sung as "My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice". There are four songs with lyrics by the poet Vilhelm Krag: "Der Skreg En Fugl", "Majnat", "Im Kahne" (Mens Jeg Venter) and "The Mother Sings" (Moderen Synger)...
Keywords: 78rpm; American songs; Norwegian songs; Olson Sisters; Snoose Boulevard
Downloads: 547
[audio]Christmas annual
Poems, songs and stories from the Nordic countries. This anthology is in the spirit of Swedish and American Christmas annuals of the past — both secular and religious. ARTICLES https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Bauer_(illustrator) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Engström https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Selma_Lagerlöf https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viktor_Rydberg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hjalmar_Söderberg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustaf_Tenggren https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hen...
Keywords: 78 rpm; Snoose Boulevard; Scandinavian humor; Danish songs; Norwegian songs; Swedish songs
Downloads: 23
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